Carrol Daily Times Herald from Carroll, Iowa on June 10, 1974 · Page 4
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Walgreen Agency 121 W. 5th Sf. Carroll, la. CHECK STAR'S LOW PRESCRIPTION PRICES You'll be happy you did (2 Pharmacists on Duty) U-40 INSULIN U-80 INSULIN ^ olalten %UPER AYTINAL vitmtifli •• minerals SUPER | AYTINAL VITAMINS I AND j MINERALS NORWICH ASPIRIN 500's $1.69 Value LISTERINE 3-Oz. Travel Size Limit 2 LISTERINE 17-Ox. $1.39 Value Miss Rose Bride of Ben W. Tunink GLIDDEN — Peace Lutheran Church in Glidden was the setting for the June 8 wedding of Margie Ellen Rose and Ben William Tunink, whose parents, all of Glidden, are Mr. and Mrs. Harry Rose and Mr. and Mrs. Bernard Tunink. The Rev. Paul Bussert officiated at the double ring ceremony at 7 p.m. Jeanie Burdine was organist; vocal soloist was Lynda Soyer. ICE CAP $2.89 Value 00 Remington Ladies' ELECTRIC 1 SHAVER Reg. $9.95 PAMPERS ruin ITU or CURITY Daytime 30's Golf Balls 3's Charcoal Lighter 1 Qt. Electric 24 inch Bar-B-Q Grill Portable Grill 18" ... Lawn Fertilizer 27 Lbs. . Grass Seed 5 Lbs. . . . . JES'EJa *9 98 88' . . . $^5 *2 95 ....^a'H Lawn Chairs Plans Fall Wedding...Mr. and Mrs. Donald Templemeyer, Carroll, announce the engagement of their daughter Terri to Dave Prenger, son of Mr. and Mrs. Louis Prenger of Carroll. The wedding is planned for Oct. 5 in Holy Spirit Church. Miss Templemeyer recently graduated from the College of St. Mary, Omaha, Neb., and her fiance is employed at Prenger's Furniture. Anniversary Of Charter Signing Noted DEDHAM — Members of the DeWitt-Loustaunau Unit 20 of the American Legion Auxiliary observed the 25th anniversary of their charter signing with a 6:30 p.m. dinner at the Legion hall at Dedham Sunday evening. About 130 persons were present, including guests from Omaha, Neb., Scottsdale, Ariz., Carroll and Coon Rapids. The supper was attended by members, their husbands, Legionnaires and wives and guests. The Rev. Henry Meyer gave the invocation. Honored during the evening program were charter members with 25 years of continuous membership and Mrs. Norbert Koester of Breda, who was the first unit president. Mrs. Maurice Hoffman, current president, called upon Mrs. Koester to tell about the unit's beginning. Mrs. Alvina Schreck reviewed highlights of activities through the'yearsv" i George Grossman Jr., ( Legion commander, spoke' briefly and presented a lifetime membership in the Legion to Alois Schreck for his many years of service. Table decorations featured silver candles in silver holders and bouquets of poppies with silver ribbon trim. Each charter member was given a poppy corsage and pen. Robert Broich won the door prize. Games were played for entertainment. Entertains for Future Bride Janet Menke<of Fort Dodge entertained 14 guests Sunday afternoon at the home of her parents. Mr. and Mrs. C. J. Menke of Carroll, at a prenuptial shower honoring Louise Schoofs of Minneapolis, Minn. Miss Schoofs, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Louis Schoofs, will marry Terrance J. Selb of Minneapolis in a June 22 ceremony at St. Lawrence Church in Carroll. The bridal colors, lavender and purple, were used in decorations. Games were played, after which the honoree opened her gifts and lunch was served. Vanderheiden Studio Photo Wed at Willey.yMr..and Mrs. James R. Garn'baie'of Bound Brook, N.J., are shown following their marriage June 8 at St. Mary's Church in Willey. She is the former Julie Wendl, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Paul Wendl of Dedham; his parents are the Samuel Gambales of Woodbury Heights. N.J. For their two-week honeymoon they will travel to the Orient. Mr. and Mrs. Rose gave their daughter in marriage. She chose a gown of white nylon organza fashioned with a square scalloped neckline and a long A-line skirt with attached chapel train. Clusters of simulated pearls trimmed the bodice. Acetate and nylon enhanced the bodice, center front, sleeve cuffs and bottom. Her bouquet was a cascade of blue and white daisies and roses. Attending the bride as maid of honor was Barb Riedesel of Glidden. Cindy Samuelson of Granby, Colo., and Wendy Onken of Glidden were bridesmaids. They were attired in floor-length frocks of blue polyester lace accented with hearts, in empire styling with puffed sleeves and scoop necklines. They carried nosegays of blue and white daisies. Gail Davis of Glidden was best man; Dale Rose, brother of the bride, and Scott Antisdel were groomsmen. Ushers were the bride's cousin, Roger Knute, and the groom's brother, Howard Tunink. Completing the bridal party were the groom's niece and nephew, Danene and Scott Tunink, as flower girl and ring bearer. Following the ceremony a reception for 250 guests was held in the church parlor. The bride, a 1972 graduate of Glidden-Ralston Community High School, plans to continue her employment as a secretary at Rose Truck Line in Carroll. Mr. Tunink is a 1970 graduate of the same school and is employed by Howard Tunink at Farmland Foods in Lake City. After a week's wedding trip to Colorado the couple will reside in Glidden. Courtesy for Miss Fuller A personal shower honoring Vicki Fuller was given by Linda Conrad and Gail Broich at Miss Conrad's home Friday evening. Guests in the group of about 18 were Miss Fuller's former classmates; her mother, Mrs. Bruce Fuller; her sister, Bev; her sister-in-law, Mrs. Roger Fuller; and Mrs. Harold Conrad. The honoree was given a corsage. ..... .Miss Fuller and Randy Plotz will be married June"22 at the First United Methodist Church. NAVAL ADDRESS SR Wane J. Bruening, son of Mr. and Mrs. Norbert H. Bruening, Carroll, is stationed in San Diego, Calif. His address is SSAN 478-76-7910, Co. 166; Recruit Training Command; Naval Training Center; San Diego, Calif. 92133. Lauridsen, Jones Vows Are Spoken Signe Kim Lauridsen, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Walter E. Lauridsen of San Diego, Calif., formerly of Dedham, and Kenneth E. Jones were married May 25 at the Lauridsens' summer home on Lake Okoboji. A reception aboard the S.S. Empress was held immediately following the lawn wedding. The bride is the granddaughter of Mrs. L. W. Chain of Chula Vista, Calif, Calif., the late Mr. and Mrs. Hans Lauirdsen of Carroll and the late Dr. Chain of Dedham. She received her undergraduate degree at Grinnell College. She holds a law degree and has been practicing as a deputy district attorney for San Diego County. Mr. Jones, former commanding officer of the U.S.S. Flagstaff, received his degree from Harvard Graduate School of Business, Times Herald, Carroll, la. Monday, June 10, 1974 Children's Swim Pools Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth E. Jones Cambridge, Mass. The couple will reside in San Francisco. Baptism Is Aid's Topic LIDDERDALE — The Immanuel Lutheran Ladies Aid continued its discussion on baptism from the previous meeting during the June meeting. Club Has Picnic at Lake Home Carroll Toastmistress Club members were guests Sunday of Dr. Eleanor Roverud at her summer home on Lake Panorama. The meeting was preceded by a noon barbecue and picnic dinner, with Mrs. M. L. Col 1 ison heading the committee in charge of arrangements. Dr. Roverud, vice president, presided at the brief business session which included a report by Esther Juergens, chairman of the nominating committee. The women discussed tentative plans for participating in the summer meeting of Council 2 clubs at Boone June 23. The club approved an absentee ballot indicating its choice for officers to be elected at the annual convention of International Toastmistress Clubs in Hawaii in July. The next meeting is scheduled for June 26 at the Derby. On June 16, the Aid will celebrate the 25th wedding anniversaries of Mr. and Mrs. Lyle Hein and Mr. and Mrs. Laverdos Onken with a potluck dinner and program in the afternoon. Volunteers for the Carroll Health Center for July are Mrs. Bill Beidler, Mrs. Harvey Wenck, Mrs. Edna Wenck and Mrs. Lyle Onken. Mrs. Marvin Boell and Mrs. Albert Bostelmann will comprise the July serving committee. IN CHEMISTRY PROJECT Sr. Francis Xavier Seidl, a teacher at Kuemper High School, will participate in an eight-week summer implementation project on the campus of Hope College, Holland, Mich., beginning June 24. The project is sponsored through a grant from the National Science Foundation. Purpose of the course-is to assist teachers in implementing the Advanced Placement chemistry course in their high schools. Bride-elect Honored at Two Showers Mrs. Ron Dunphy of Creston entertained at a bridal shower for her sister, Alice Sondgeroth, Sunday at the apartment of their mother, Mrs. Alice Sondgeroth, in Carroll. Twenty relatives were guests. Miss Sondgeroth is the June 15 bride-elect of William Brown, son of Mrs. Doris J. Brown of Carroll. The wedding will take place at 1 p.m. in Holy Spirit Church. Another miscellaneous shower was given for Miss Sondgeroth on June 2 by Mrs. Ray Miller and Darlene Starman at Mrs. Miller's home. Twelve friends were entertained. The bride-elect's chosen pastel colors, blue, yellow, pink and green, were featured in decorations at both showers. Club Plans A Potluck Golden Circle Club met in general session Saturday night at the clubrooms, where hostesses were Mrs. Bertha Klocke and Mrs. John Vanderheiden. The goup made plans for a 6 p.m. potluck preceding next Saturday's meeting. Pinochle was played, with Mrs. Herman Nieland and Mrs. Victor Wernimont winning women's score prizes; Leo Sellen and Mr. Nieland, men's prizes. The traveling prize was kept by John Mattes and Mrs. Frank Wegner received the tally prize. NURSES' BANQUET The St. Anthony School of Nursing alumnae will hold a banquet Saturday, June 15, at the Elk's Lodge at 7 p.m., preceded by a social hour. Reservations should be made before Thursday with Mrs. Henry Schoenjahn (792-2109). NOW THRU TUESDAY June 5-11 STARTS AT DUSK. ra POSEIDON aDVfftWRE Styro Ice Chests TUESDAY, JUNE 11 Orion Yarn RING SIZE WIllET CREATIVE COLOR PORTRAITS FOR Wit FLASH CUBES 98' .1 DSS~-P the career Beer Specials Bud, Oly, Schliti, Blue Ribbon. Millers Joy or Ivory 32-Oz. King Size Extra Charge for GROUPS Star Discount Drug Coupon Expires - «I MUUMf MK Of CUNDM. fUMM, DID, MOM AND ill IK SHUGART STP-Sale PHOTOS DISCOUNT CENTER GIBSON East Hwy. 30 & Vine. Carroll, Iowa Mfsrmif TOSOM* ams vou iwo* Calendar MONDAY— Presbyterian Guild, 6:30 p.m., Pin Oaks Rebekah Lodge Town and Country Club picnic TUESDAY— P.E..O., Mrs. Walter Anneberg C.D.A. picnic, 7 p.m., Graham Park shelter house Double Four Club, Mrs. Bernard Feilmeier Golden Circle bridge F.F.F. Club, Mrs. Dennis Loew A.B. Club, Mrs. Wayne Harriott WEDNESDAY— Naomi Circle, ALC, Graham Park St. Paul's Lutheran Circles: Eunice, Mrs. Roy Heuton; Mary and Martha, church; Ruth, Mrs. Frank Beckman; Sarah, Mrs. Kenneth Beckman Grant Township Homemakers, Mrs. Agnes Wiedemeyer Golden Circle euchre Variety Club, Mrs. James Heinrichs H.G. Club, Mrs. Oscar Heider Friendly Neighbor Club, Mrs. William J. Kanne met Color tar D*luitt£3& pG CM TOMAN ERNEST BORGNINE RtD BUTTONS CAM IWEY ROOOfMcOWAll STEUAS1MNS SHElUYWINItRS t^m PLUS I THE MOST FAKTAST1C UNDERSEA ODYSSEY EVER FILMED , THE NEPTUNE FACTOR Ends Thursday Eves. 7:00 & 9:00 PJ2UL NEWMAN ROBERT REDFORD ROBERT SHAW A GEORGE RCV HILL FILM ...all it takes is ,a little Confidence. , CARROLL'S NEW TWIN THEATRE IS NOW OPEN! CARROLL T NOW thru TUESDAY! CARROLL II NOW thru TUESDAY! 'A beautiful story for all ages, filmed with great wisdom and tenderness'.' -REX where the lilies bloom United Artists SEE WOODY GET ATTACKED BY A GIANT BANANA! 200 YEARS IN THE FUTURE , Eves, at 7 and 9 P.M. Evanlngi at 7:30 I 9:20 CONGRATULATIONS and BEST WISHES TO VICKI FULLER who will marry Randy Plotz on June 22. Vicki has registered her bridal preferences at our shop. JULY AND AUGUST BRIDES REGISTER NOW. BE OUR NEXT "TODAY'S BRIDE" At FRANKS PLBG. ft HTG. SHOPK 309 N. Clark

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